Neota Logic appoints global innovation advisory board

By Emma Ryan|14 March 2021
Neota Logic appoints global innovation advisory board

Neota Logic launched a new global innovation advisory board as part of its plans to shape the company’s “strategic go-to-market position” in the broader legal and corporate no-code market.

Neota Logic’s global innovation advisory board (IAB) will be chaired by Neota Logic chief executive, Kim Massana, while the Neota executive team will be represented by global head of innovation Jackson Liu.


External members of the IAB include Ginevra Saylor of Gowling WLG LLP; Iris Skornicki of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP;  Scott Pickup of JD Irving; and Richard Gordon of Ogletree Deakins.

“Comprising of global innovation, technology and strategy leaders, the IAB will work with Neota Logic’s executive management team to shape the company’s strategic go-to-market position in the broader legal and corporate no-code market,” a statement from Neota Logic confirmed.


“Having seen tremendous growth over the past two years, the IAB will play a critical role in bringing an outside perspective to Neota Logic’s mid-to-long-term business and product strategy as the company looks to accelerate its position as the leading global no-code platform.

“The IAB will also be run as a global forum for all members to engage in conversations about innovation in the legal technology ecosystem.”

Commenting further, Mr Massana said: The use of no-code technology in the legal market is evolving rapidly and this forum provides a great opportunity to influence the direction of Neota by exploring innovative ideas on the future of the legal market.”

Neota Logic appoints global innovation advisory board
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